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guest Edition :: truth, dare, & Honesty

July 2, 2007

a friend of mine suggested a topic for c a t & m o u s e last week

well, of course, being the lazy barstid that i am, i told her she was welcome to do her own c a t & m o u s e whenever she wished.

i wasn’t sure if i was going to participate in the result, but the questions contain a certain criminal element that just appealed to me.

 

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welcome to . c a t & m o u s e . a . j u g g l i n g C a t s . open meme :: intermittently as the mood takes me i shall post a series of questions and answer them. to participate in this meme, simply answer the same questions on your own blog.

theRules ::

1. everyone is welcome to participate

2. you do not have to tag anyone else to participate

3. you do not have to link this page (or any other page on my blog)

 

 

 

 

 

 

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TRUTH

name the worst ”crime” you’ve ever committed.

the worst crime i was ever convicted of was armed robbery

that is not the worst crime i ever committed.

name a fantasy crime you’d like to do.

hack the world wide web and upload a universal virus that infects the computers of all political extremists, automatically providing their meatworld and e-world contact info in every post that they upload onto the web, whether it be via forum, blog, blog comments, or personal web page, forever stripping them of their armor anonymity.

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DARE

name something bad that you did as an adult that someone dared you to do.

i never accept a dare

i’ve done plenty of bad things

but never on a dare

name something bad you once dared someone else to do.

i don’t know if you’d call it *bad* per se, but i once dared my daughter to run over to my brother, point out the window, and yell, *look! a naked lady with clothes on!*

yes, she did it.

yes, my brother looked.

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[f*ck mastercard – that was bloody priceless!]

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HONESTY

in what circumstances you would commit a crime now?

if my family was in danger i would not hesitate to commit felony after felony on the person endangering them.

what you would do if you found out that a really close friend had commited a serious crime.

erm – keep my mouth shut.

 

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4 Comments leave one →
  1. July 3, 2007 01:52

    I like your fantasy crime – it’s particularly good because it’s for the greater cause with no personal gain involved (except perhaps acclaim) – where as mine is for big time financial gain that comes from being an impecunious struggling author! (that’s my excuse anyway!) Oh well, I never said I was perfect!

    The armed robbery – did you or not? In a funny way I’d rather you did it if you had to serve the time – because there can’t be anything worse than being found guilty of something you didn’t do.

  2. July 3, 2007 07:24

    no personal gain? i’d have the satisfaction to last a lifetime :mrgreen:

    your diamond scam was interesting and would probably work for awhile, but it would get more and more dangerous as you went up in grades and the diamonds became more unique and the staff more watchful.

    and then of course, there’s selling the diamond back once you got to the size/value you desired because no jeweler is going to pay retail. you’d get less than half what it was worth. 😯

    and yes, i did the armed robbery.

    i didn’t mean to imply a false conviction, simply that that is the worst thing i was ever convicted of and that i feel no need to detail crimes i haven’t been convicted of.

    i can’t tell you how many men have gone behind the wall because they simply couldn’t keep quiet about what they’d done.

    my days of f*cking with the law are behind me and i’d feel mighty schtoopid if i got myself locked up again just for a big mouth.

  3. July 12, 2007 20:23

    ooooer, a spammer. ick.

  4. July 12, 2007 21:43

    ick indeed. time to break out the delete

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